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1 What is a bloodborne injury and what should you do if you have one click on left side of mouse to move through slides

2 A bloodborne injury occurs when another persons bodily fluids come in contact with the mucous membranes of your nose, eye, or mouth or through a break in the skin. The most common occurrence in a school setting is being bitten or scratched. Both exposures are considered low risk. Non medical treatment for scratches or bites would be cleansing the wound and possible antibiotic ointment. click on left side of mouse to move through slides

3 Medical treatment for Bloodborne Injuries must be done at one of the district’s designated treatment facilities. Contact Risk Management at or to find out which one. Bloodborne treatment cannot be done at your physician’s office. click on left side of mouse to move through slides

4 If you do not plan on being evaluated it is important to document the incident should you need treatment at a later date. Click here lps.org to find form RM0014 form on the websitelps.org click on left side of mouse to move through slides

5 This form RM0013 should be completed when evaluated for a bloodborne exposure. The employee completes the top half and the health office staff completes the bottom half. Postexposure treatment should begin as soon as possible after exposure, preferably within 24 hours, and no later than 7 days. A copy of this completed form should be taken by the employee to the district designated treatment facility. Click here lps.org to find form RM0013 on the websitelps.org click on left side of mouse to move through slides

6 How to access all Risk Management Forms click on left side of mouse to move through slides

7 Go to the lps.org webpage and type the word “forms” in the keyword box click on left side of mouse to move through slides

8 In the drop down box find Risk Management hit enter

9 On the website click on the form you want and print.

10 If you have any other questions, please contact Risk Management at or


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